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  • Fawn-footed melomys (Melomys cervinipes) nest (the opening is shown here, which is really quite hard to spot). 1 of 3

    It appears to be woven from the leaves of a Dracena marginata, inside the skeletal structure from a Bangalow palm that used to hold the flowers and berries. It is wonderfully constructed. I found it lying at the foot of a palm tree. . . . . . . . . photo…

  • Fawn-footed melomys (Melomys cervinipes) nest

    If you zoom on this shot you can see a bit of the woven structure inside . . . . . photo MR

  • Fawn-footed melomys (Melomys cervinipes) nest

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  • latest landslip on a property near us

    Luckily it didn't cover the road. Result of the tail end of Cyclone Debbie. . . . . . photo MR

  • latest landslip on a property near us

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  • echidna looking for ants around the base of a palm tree

    An echidna came to visit this afternoon. Join it for a walk across our lawns. . . . . Photo MR Echidnas /ᵻˈkɪdnə/, sometimes known as spiny anteaters,[1] belong to the family Tachyglossidae in the monotreme order of egg-laying mammals. The four extant s…


  • echidna looking for ants near the base of a palm tree

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  • echidna at the creek bank clambering over flood debris

    It disappeared down into the small creek after this shot, and we didn't see it again until it climbed back up the steep bank and emerged further up the creek. . . . . photo MR

  • echidna on our lawn

    This is where it emerged again. . . . . .photo MR


  • echidna on our lawn

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  • echidna on our lawn

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  • echidna on our lawn

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  • echidna on our lawn

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  • echidna on our lawn

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  • echidna on our lawn

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  • echidna on our lawn

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  • echidna on our lawn

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  • echidna on our lawn near the base of a treefern

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